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About Sour Cheese
The name may be off-putting, but there’s nothing more delicious than a puff of Sour Cheese. Bred in the Netherlands by Devil's Harvest Seed Company, the strain takes a well-balanced approach to a relax and chill type of bud. Sour Cheese’s genetics are often up for debate, and while it’s clear that Cheese and Sour Diesel are in the mix, some also point to Strawberry Diesel as well.
Fans of Sour Cheese love the approachability of this strain, and with an average THC level of 22%, it’s a good bud for everyone. Deep olive green nugs tend to be rather large and are covered with deep amber hairs, patches of a similar color, and frosty trichomes. Don’t plan on having this strain for dessert, as strong notes of cheese, spice, and diesel all blend together for a rich and savory experience.
One of the best ways to partake in Sour Cheese is to enjoy it in social situations, as this bud tends to turn up your ability to chat, be happy, and feel energized. Some may find that a creative burst flows through their veins, and coupled with intense focus, can tackle a large art or music project. For others, Sour Cheese is a great way to enhance your experience at a concert or a party. As the high continues, sedation does kick in a bit, and for some leads to couch-lock.
Medical conditions can often times keep you from feeling your best, and strains like Sour Cheese end up being a bit of a godsend when it comes to achieving normality. Mental anguish, including depression, anxiety, and stress are all toned down after a few puffs, and the body high you experience goes a long way to help with physical pain. Although some may find the flavor revolting, this bud does in fact impart the munchies, so try using it the next time you’re dealing with nausea.
Growing this strain at home will allow you to fine-tune your cultivation skills and also results in a large yield, so really it’s a win-win situation. Sour Cheese is highly resistant to common molds and mildew and will do quite well inside or outdoors. Flowering time only takes about 8 weeks, and depending on your growing environment, your yield will vary. Outside plants tend to produce just a bit more, but either way will feel like you’ve hit gold.
If you can get past the idea of rotten, gross cheese, this strain will reward you with a wonderful set of effects. Sour Cheese is awesome for new users who want to enhance their social activities as well as for those who have been around the block and want to boost their artistic ability. Getting ready to take the leap into home growing? Make sure to include this plant in your garden.
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